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    US rows back on Russian detente, citing Ukraine
    Feb16

    US rows back on Russian detente, citing Ukraine

    Washington unwilling to re-engage while Moscow violates Minsk accord, says Tillerson …read more Source: Financial...

    Le Pen is stoking France’s passion for protectionism
    Feb16

    Le Pen is stoking France’s passion for protectionism

    Yes, we get it. Marine Le Pen is a divider, a xenophobe, a dangerous nativist who’s willing to disregard individual rights of every kind to achieve her goal of Making France Great Again. She’s racist, homophobic and anti-Semitic. And you’ll delete us off social media if we even think about voting for her. For many people, the...

    Tillerson warns Russia to respect Ukraine commitments
    Feb16

    Tillerson warns Russia to respect Ukraine commitments

    Russia must respect its international commitments toward Ukraine, new U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov Thursday during the first meeting between the two sides since Donald Trump took office. “As we search for new common ground we expect Russia to honor its commitment to the Minsk agreements and...

    Journalist images ‘don’t suggest more MH17 human remains’, says minister
    Feb16

    Journalist images ‘don’t suggest more MH17 human remains’, says minister

    Images and evidence collected in eastern Ukraine by a Dutch journalist who returned with a piece of bone from an… …read more Source:...

    Here’s why an ‘NHS tax’ is a horrible idea
    Feb16

    Here’s why an ‘NHS tax’ is a horrible idea

    The NHS widely perceived to be facing its gravest ever crisis. Whether not this is in fact the case is difficult to tell. True, some indicators look pretty awful – A&E waiting times, for instance. But the truth about the NHS is that there is never enough money. In the 2000s, the NHS budget doubled in real terms – but there were still hundreds...

    Croatia, Albania ask NATO to revise Kosovo peacekeeping mission
    Feb16

    Croatia, Albania ask NATO to revise Kosovo peacekeeping mission

    The governments of Croatia and Albania asked NATO to revise plans for its peacekeeping mission in Kosovo, arguing that nationalist rhetoric by Serbian politicians threatens to destabilize the region, Reuters reported Thursday. In a letter to NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg, Croatian Defense Minister Damir Krstičević and his Albanian...

    Bulgaria ‘Seeking South Stream Project Revival’
    Feb16

    Bulgaria ‘Seeking South Stream Project Revival’

    Bulgaria is seeking to take in part of the Ukrainian gas transit, the head of an influential private-sector engineering organization has said. With Russia considering a move to suspend gas transit via Ukraine, southern Europe and particularly Bulgaria would like to renew the South Stream gas pipeline project, Andrey Listovski, who heads the...

    It’s time to cut Greece loose
    Feb16

    It’s time to cut Greece loose

    The Greek debt crisis is back in the news. According to the Greek authorities, the country’s economy shrank by 0.4 per cent in the final quarter of 2016. “Experts” had expected it to grow by 0.4 per cent. Despite a number of bailouts amounting to some 240 billion euros, and a host of supposed reforms (which I will address below), the Greek...

    Sashka Bratanova: Being on stage – that’s what I do, what I love and what makes me happy
    Feb16

    Sashka Bratanova: Being on stage – that’s what I do, what I love and what makes me happy

    “We, you and I” is a solo performance based on poems by Miryana Basheva and music by Stefan Dimitrov. Verses and music are skilfully interwoven in the plot of the play that actress Sashka Bratanova defines as music and poetry show. Here’s one of the songs that the actress performs in it – “Neka da e lyato” (Let it be...

    Music for morale in Ukraine’s Avdiivka city
    Feb16

    Music for morale in Ukraine’s Avdiivka city

    In eastern Ukraine, the city of Avdiivka in Donetsk province has become the latest flashpoint in the conflict. The 16,000 inhabitants of the city have found themselves without water, electricity and gas in freezing weather conditions. But despite the sound of shelling, music is helping people carry on. Fililp Warwick has this report. …read...

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